The Jamaican, speaking after winning the 100m in an Olympic record, said he really enjoyed being at the athletes village but chafed at the red tape.
He told a news conference: "There are a lot of rules, oh my God. You can't do anything.
"I was coming and wanted to bring my tablets in and they said I couldn't. I asked why. It is just a rule.
"I had my skipping rope in my bag and they said I can't bring it in. Why? It is just a rule.
"What if I need to take a rubber band inside to stretch? I can't take it inside because it is a rule. It is just very small rules that don't make any sense to me."
Bolt said he even encountered the rules at the start of the 100m.
He added: "The guy was telling us to line up. We were about to race and we were being told to stand in a straight line. It is kind of weird."
Earlier, he told reporters: "Great Britain is a wonderful place. They've done so well, I've been watching the cycling and the rowing, they've done so well. It's just a great Olympics, it's just a great place."
He also said that he was enjoying life inside the athletes' village however and had been playing video games.
Bolt added he will be aiming to make it a 100m treble at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in four years' time.
He added: "I'll be 30 but I hope I'll be there."